These Star Trek crew socks feature the image of Spock on a blue background. The best part is that his pointy Vulcan ears actually stick out from either side of the socks. There’s no way you’ll be able to hide those with a hat on an away mission.
Even though I realize Star Trek uniforms are much more practical with pants, I can’t help but admire this Victorian spin on the outfits. Seriously, these dresses are just pretty! Cosplayer Genovefa and friend are dressed like Janeway and Data. I adore everything from the puffed sleeves to the high collars—beam me up outfits like this, please.
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This Star Trek shirt is most definitely for the ladies. It was designed by Jeremy Sniatecki as part of the “Make It Sew” contest at ThinkGeek and it shows an image of the USS Enterprise merged with the female gender symbol. This is the perfect shirt for all the lady Trek fans out there.
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If you’re happy with the selection here, you’ll be even more happy to know that the shirt is only $11 if you grab it today. If not, let us know who you think deserves to be on the monument more.
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The Starfleet uniforms in Star Trek: The Next Generation look like they’re anything but comfortable. I’ve never wanted to wear one – until now. They’re available every which way. If the TNG uniform hoodies aren’t for you, then how about these lush robes? They’re 100% terry cotton and have the important communicator badge and rank pips embroidered right onto the fabric. Choose from red, blue, or gold – whichever department you want to sink into at the end of the day.
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Pretend you’re one of the crew on the USS Enterprise with these Star Trek: The Next Generation Uniform Hoodies. They’re available in red, blue or gold in an 80% cotton/20% polyester blend. When you flip the hoods down, the trim on the edges even mimics the collar of the uniform. These are designed to look like the two-piece Robert Blackman uniforms the crew wore from Season Three onward. The blue and gold are screen-accurate colors with the red being an approved variant because otherwise it will look too dark in real life.
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This shirt only make sense if you’re a Vulcan not caught in the throws of Pon Farr, in which case a Vulcan in the sheets may actually be the more exciting of the two.
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While I wandered the exhibit hall at New York Comic Con, nail polish caught my eye. Even though I don’t paint my fingernails on a regular basis, I can’t resist looking at beautiful polish blends – and Fandom Cosmetics has tons of them. Their line includes a staggering number of fandoms from The Avengers to Lord of the Rings to Once Upon a Time to Supernatural. I had to buy their black and sparkly Impala inspired nail polish called “Dean’s Baby.” Though several of their offerings include glitter, there are lacquers as well.
And if you can’t be bothered with nail polish, they also make vivid eye shadow palettes. I have a feeling I’m going to be purchasing many gifts from them for the holidays.
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This isn’t your suave Benedict Cumberbatch Khan. This is your sweaty, bare-chested Ricardo Montalban Khaaaan! Yeah, kickin’ it old school in an all-over print shirt that includes his necklace and fancy belt in the design.
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